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Printing Services in Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Minuteman Press of Oakland Park is conveniently located at 2152 West Oakland Park Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, FL, 33311. We are located just West of I-95. In addition to the City of Oakland Park, we also service the surrounding communities of Fort Lauderdale, Margate, Pompano, Sunrise, Downtown Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood, and Pompano Beach. We are a full service printing, duplicating and digital copy center, as well as offering a full range of products to support and promote your business.
Minuteman Press of Oakland Park produces the highest quality products. Some of our top selling products include: Newsletters, Multi-Part Forms, Postcards, EDDM Mailers, Invitations, Letterheads, Envelopes, Brochures, Rack Cards, Graphic Design, Door Hangers, Post-It Notes, Memo Pads, Promotional Items of all types, plus much, much more. We print the widest variety of business cards imaginable, all of the highest quality and available with very rapid turnaround. Our postcards and flyers offer the perfect marketing tool and have consistently produced excellent results for our clients’ growth, especially when combined with our mailing services such as EDDM. If you don’t have artwork, we can help. With skilled graphic artists on staff, we can help you to design the ideal piece for your marketing success.
In addition to our custom printing, we offer many other services here at Minuteman Press of Oakland Park such as: Black and White Copies, Color Copies, Digital Printing, Large Offset Printing, Mailing Services, a full complement of Promotional Items, Graphic Design, Variable Data Printing, Custom Printing, Numbering, Folding and many other products and services.
Minuteman Press of Oakland Park has been in business for over 30 years. We are family owned and operated and take the time to work directly with our clients, and to get to know them on a personal level. That is the type of service level not possible from the large chain operations. We print for many well-known local organizations such as: March Of Dimes, Urban League of Broward County, Military Officers Assoc. of America, Mapei Corp. and others. We welcome the opportunity to serve you and your organization.
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News About Printing in Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Mayor of Fort Lauderdale, Jack Seiler, has recently taken part in this years Spin-A-Thon to raise money for a pair of charity organizations.
The 2013 Lauderdale Air Show may not get underway until this weekend, but it has already been deemed a success, following record ticket sales for the event.
Homeless Veteran Stand Down was recently held in Miami, coinciding with the 10-year anniversary of the Iraq conflict.
A program which has been set up for veterans may soon be launched in High Springs.
As the recession has affected the amount of funding received by non-profit organizations, with fewer grants from the government and donations from individuals decreasing, new ways to fundraise have been introduced.
In a recently released press release, it was announced that Florida Thrift Week would be making a welcome return to the US.
Around 1,500 students took part in the annual festival held at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport to provide Christmas cheer to seasonal travelers facing chaos. The Broward County students performed throughout the week, singing Christmas songs in various locations of the airport, including the lost luggage area, ticket centers, and car rental.
Liberty Power, with its headquarters based in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, has made a donation to the American Red Cross to support Hurricane Sandy victims.
During the Light the Night Broward Walk held recently, around 4,000 residents of Fort Lauderdale Florida got together to raise money in order to find a blood cancer cure. According to the community outreach manager for the Southern Florida Chapter of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, Vanessa Vicente, $600,000 was raised by the walkers, all holding illuminated balloons to represent loved ones who have passed away from cancer, people who have survived, and supporters of the charity.
Fort Lauderdale was the chosen location for Forever Family to celebrate 10 years last month. Forever Family publicizes news stories about fostered children to increase public awareness of the non-profit organization. More than 400 children have found loving homes thanks to the Forever Family TV segment, according to the CEO and founder Gia Tutalo-Mote.